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Fresh Irish Air in a jar

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Fresh Irish Air (in a jar)

Starting at $2,199 Size: 16 oz (473 mL)

We ventured into the rolling meadows of County Cork to fill this jar with fresh Irish air. We’re not crazy, we just love Ireland. And we think you should, too.

  • Filled with fresh Irish air
  • Comes with 9-day trip to Ireland
  • Jar-sized
  • Nice label
  • Jarred by an actual Irish guy*
  • Floats, we think

*His name is Gavin, and he’s one of our awesome Tour Directors. He also happens to be quite talented in the art of air capturing.

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“Good jar.”

—Mike

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“My dog loves to bark at it.”

—Louise

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FAQs

Is this real?

Yes! One of our Tour Directors actually filled a bunch of jars with air in County Cork, Ireland. Check out this video.

Why is the jar of air so expensive?

It’s a really nice jar, plus we filled it with Irish air. Oh, and it comes with one of our most popular trips, a 9-day adventure through the Emerald Isle: Grand Tour of Ireland.

What happens if I open the jar?

We don’t know how air works (we’re not scientists). But the Irish air will probably escape.

Wait, I really get a trip to Ireland?

Yep. While we love all things air, truth be told, our specialty is travel.

But, like…why did you do this?

We send travelers to Ireland all the time. But we’ve never sent Ireland…to travelers.

Can I wish for more wishes?

You’re thinking of a magic lamp.

Can I drink juice out of this jar?

Sure, but then you’ll have a jar of juice, not a jar of Irish air.

This is super random lol

That’s not a question lol

What happens if I drop it?

Please don’t.

Can I have one?

Okay! But you have to give us money first.

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“What are you doing in my fields?”

—Irish farmer

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“I smell the rains down in Ireland”

—“Ireland” by Toto

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*And Grand Tour of Ireland

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